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AP Statistics teaches students how to calculate and interpret probability, apply statistics to real world problems, and design experiments and studies. The course is the equivalent of a traditional social science statistics course in college. This course can be “harder” than a traditional math course because it emphasizes reading comprehension, analytical writing, data analysis, and clear and concise explanations – all at once!
Topics usually covered include:
- Density curves
- z, t, and chi-square tests
- Law of large numbers and Central Limit Theorem
- Discrete and continuous distributions
Typical problem areas include:
- What is R-squared and how do I interpret it?
- How do I know if two events are independent? When do I add probabilities versus multiply them?
- How can I use my graphing calculator to simulate a chance event?
- How large of an N do I have to choose?
- How do I know when to pool two events?
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During our many years of classroom experience teaching AP Statistics, we have seen every imaginable difficulty that a student might encounter. Working with one of our teachers over a high definition video/interactive whiteboard connection, we can take you through the difficult areas, step by step.
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